Thomas Fitch (settler)
|Thomas Fitch, Jr.|
|Deputy of the General Assembly
of the Connecticut Colony
May 1673 – October 1673
|Preceded by||Mark Sension, Nicholas Hoyt|
|Succeeded by||John Bowton, Walter Hoyt|
October 14, 1612|
Bocking, Essex, England
|Died||April 14, 1704
Norwalk, Connecticut Colony
|Resting place||East Norwalk Historical Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut|
|Children||Thomas Fitch, John, Anne, Mary|
|Residence||Norwalk, Connecticut Colony|
Thomas Fitch, Jr. (October 14, 1612 – April 14, 1704) was a founding settler of Norwalk, Connecticut. He served as a deputy of the General Assembly of the Connecticut Colony representing Norwalk in the May 1673 session.
He emigrated from England in 1638. In Norwalk, he had the largest land holdings of any settler.
He served as town clerk of Norwalk from 1654 to 1658, from 1674 to 1677, from 1680 to 1682, and from 1686 to 1687.
|Deputy of the General Assembly of the Connecticut Colony representing Norwalk
May 1673–October 1673